Tu B’Shvat is the Jewish new year for trees. In Israel, it is celebrated by eating fruit and planting trees.
The Land of Israel is blessed with intense natural beauty, including its many trees, forests, and flowers.
The fruits of the land are also plentiful and delicious.
The land was desolate for almost 2000 years, when the majority of the Jewish people were exiled from the homeland. Since their return, the land has blossomed.
Watch to learn more about the holiday. And click here to plant a fruit tree and take part in the country-wide celebration!
PLANT FRUIT TREES IN ISRAEL BEFORE SABBATICAL BEGINS!
TIME RUNNING OUT to make the Land even more fruitful while helping Israeli farmers offset financial losses from Covid, Hamas arson fires and the upcoming Sabbatical year.
“…the seventh year shall be a complete rest for the Land…”
“…I will ordain My blessing for you…” (Leviticus 25:4,21)